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INESC Coimbra

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João Carlos Namorado Clímaco

Joao Climaco

Academic degrees: Master of Science Degree in “Control Systems” at the Imperial College of Science and Technology “, University of London (1978); Ph.D. in Optimization and Systems Theory, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Coimbra, 1982.

Present position: Full Professor at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra (retired)

Research areas: multicriteria decision aiding, network analysis, location analysis, and communication networks planning and management.

Contacts: jclimaco@fe.uc.pt

João Carlos Namorado Clímaco is a retired Full Professor at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra. Actually he is a researcher and Member of  Conselho Geral of INESC-Coimbra (the research unit in which he is integrated). He obtained a Master of Science Degree in “Control Systems” at the Imperial College of Science and Technology “, University of London (1978); the “Diploma of Membership of the Imperial College of Science and Technology” (1978); the Ph.D. in Optimization and Systems Theory, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Coimbra (1982); and the title of “Agregação” at the University of Coimbra (1989). He was awarded with: "Conference Chairman Award", International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making-1995” and Grande Oficial da Ordem do Rio Branco, Brazil -1996. He is Past Vice-President of ALIO- Latin Ibero American OR Association, Past Vice-President of the Portuguese OR Society, and Past Member of the International Executive Committee of the International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making. He is member of the IFIP-WG 8.3-Decision Support Systems. He belongs to the Editorial Board of the following Scientific Journals: Group Decision and Negotiation” and “International Transactions in Operational Research”. He is also member of the Editorial Board of the University of Coimbra Press.

He is author of about 150 papers of Scientific Journal Papers and Book Chapters using the “peers refereeing selection”.